Kalagan-Tagakaolo: Malalag, Davao del Sur. 'Sinaunang Habi' ni Marian Pastor-Roces "Brainie’s mother is Tagakaolo, and her father, Tiruray, but she grew up in her mother’s culture. Her mother, who guardedly supervised the pictorial, assembled the outfit: suwat, comb; lupi, earrings; balyog, necklace; lampad, “necklace/protector’; the bong panayan, embroidered blouse; the bracelet linte; tungkaling, bells, keys and tikos vine; patadyong of cotton plaid; and babat, anklets.
T'boli: Lembaning, Lake Sebu, South Cotabato. Larawan at teksto: 'Sinaunang Habi' ni Marian Pastor-Roces "A sense of the infinitude of variation within the strict conventions of B’laan and Bagobo reserve-dyeing, embroidery and shell-and-bedwork might be gleaned from comparing the clothes worn by Cristine
The T'boli women are holding the plucked lute.The kutiyapi/kudyapi, is a Philippine two-stringed, fretted boat-lute. It is 4 to 6 feet long with nine frets made of hardened beeswax, and is carved out of solid soft wood.There are other related Southeast Asian "boat lutes", which were influenced by Indian concepts of melody and scale via Maritime Southeast Asia.
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